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General Knowledge Quiz for 27 April 2016

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1

What car was in production in Britain for the longest time, until 1971?

A
Ford Escort
B
Rolls Royce Silver Ghost
C
Morris Minor
D
Vauxhall Viva
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2

Chris Stein, Debbie Harry, Clem Burke, Jimmy Destri and Gary Valentine, originally billed as "Angel and the Snake", achieved fame under what name?

A
Yes
B
Oasis
C
The Pretenders
D
Blondie
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3

A large part of the vegetation of the Okavango Delta, named one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Africa in 2013, is what?

A
Acacia trees
B
Papyrus and reed rafts
C
Pampas grass
D
Lichens
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4

What is the common term for "pre-patellar bursitis"?

A
Athlete's foot
B
Tennis elbow
C
Achilles heel
D
Housemaids knee
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5

Who was the star of "8 Mile" (2002) a hip-hop drama film which was a fictionalized account of his growing up in Detroit and early career in rap?

A
Twinkie
B
Mar S'bar
C
Eminem
D
Wurther
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6

At the 1968 Olympic Games held at Mexico City, what was the now-universal style introduced to the high jump?

A
RezovĂ  round turn
B
Carruthers crash
C
Gavrilov gavotte
D
Fosbury flop
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7

Which island has belonged to Carthage, Rome, the Saracens, the King of Aragon, the Dukes of Savoy, United Italy under Victor Emmanuel and was granted autonomous government in 1947?

A
Corsica
B
Malta
C
Crete
D
Sardinia
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